Swastika, Racial Slur Drawn in Snow on Car Near Temple

Temple Police released surveillance footage of three persons of interest. The Temple Black Student Union president discovered the snow writing.

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Surveillance footage released by Temple Police

Temple Police have released surveillance images of three men wanted for questioning after a racial slur and a swastika were found drawn in the snow on a car near Temple’s campus.

Kelly Dawson, president of Temple’s Black Student Union, found the swastika and slur sometime last week. Temple cops are asking anyone with information to contact them at 215-204-1234. Tips can also be called in to 215-204-6493 submitted online.

The university released this statement:

Temple University condemns the use of these symbols and language in the strongest terms, The incident has been reported to Temple University Campus Police and is actively being investigation. The university will make every effort to identify those responsible, and will hold them accountable.

Anyone with information that could be useful to police in their investigation is encouraged to contact Campus Police at 215-204-1234.

Any student who wishes to speak to a university administrator about the incident should contact the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership (IDEAL) at 215-204-5509.

Also, let’s talk about the one guy’s Eagles jersey. Only 17 players have worn No. 20 for the Eagles, which is now retired for Brian Dawkins. None of them were named “Kendricks.” This dude appears to have his own name on his jersey! That’s a violation. On the upside, perhaps he will not be hard to find.

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